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#WhatsTrending: Copal, Boosted Boards and Skyline Socks
Author: Kelly Hanson
Published: 10:30 AM PDT September 13, 2017
EVENING 4 Articles

Kelly Hanson and Andrew Coleman Smith from KING 5's flagship YouTube Series, Local Lens Seattle, take over #WhatsTrending this month with POWER 93.3's Carla Marie!


#WhatsTrending: Copal, Boosted Boards and Skyline Socks

Chapter 1

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Copal in Pioneer Square will make you feel like you're on a permanent vacation. This restaurant features wood-fired food and sunny drinks from south of here, and it was just voted one of Seattle's best new restaurants.

You have to try the rotating slushies -- we would recommend the Fresa Freeze and the coconut Bikini (with rum!). Copal is just a quick walk from CenturyLink Field, so if you're in the area to watch the Hawks, stop by for aguachile and margaritas before the game.

Chapter 2

Boosted Boards
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You've probably seen these all over online. Boosted Boards are kind of the unofficial vehicles of your favorite YouTubers.

These electric skateboards are powered by a lightweight, handheld remote with a range of up to 12 miles on a single charge! The batteries are easily replaceable, so with Boosted Boards, the whole city is now within reach. We of course had to give them a try and we HIGHLY recommend you checking them out for yourself at the Motion Board shop in the U-District.

Chapter 3

Rep your city with every step

Skyline Socks

Skyline Socks are the perfect accessory for Blue Fridays. Their line includes designs for 22 cities. They have something for everyone, whether you want to rep the Hawks or your hometown. But the cutest option of all: baby socks!

Chapter 4

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